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Dixons Carphone admits data breach affecting millions of customers

Dixons Carphone admits data breach affecting millions of customers

Dixons Carphone confirms data breach that gave hackers access to 5.9 million card payment details and 1.2 million personal data records.

Don’t miss the World Cup action by taking a risk on a second-hand ticket

Don’t miss the World Cup action by taking a risk on a second-hand ticket

Fifa has reminded fans in the past week that it’s the only official and legitimate website on which to buy 2018 Fifa World Cup tickets. This follows it filing a...

Midlife crisis? Five of the nastiest scams to target us in our 40s and 50s

Midlife crisis? Five of the nastiest scams to target us in our 40s and 50s

If you’re aged between 40 to 60, scammers are more likely to target you. Which? shares five scams you should be aware of as part of Scams Awareness Month.

New GDPR data protection law applies to the UK from today – but what does it mean?

New GDPR data protection law applies to the UK from today – but what does it mean?

The General Data Protection Act (GDPR) comes into force today giving everyone in the UK and across the EU clearer control of the personal data organisations hold about us. ‘We’ve updated...

Potholes cost £1m a month in car repair bills – are you owed money?

Potholes cost £1m a month in car repair bills – are you owed money?

Total claims for pothole repair so far this year have reached ‘an eye-watering’ £4.2 million - Which? shares howto claim with the council and save money

Fraudsters promise tax rebates in latest scam

Fraudsters promise tax rebates in latest scam

HMRC will never ask you for your payment or personal details by email, text or over the phone - read our guidance to stay informed of the latest tax scams

The government acts to end letting fees in England

The government acts to end letting fees in England

The Tenant Fees Bill will end costly letting fees with the aim of saving tenants money and making the market more transparent and fair

Whirlpool launches product safety campaign to rectify gas hobs

Whirlpool launches product safety campaign to rectify gas hobs

Whirlpool is recalling its AKM 274/IX gas hobs after discovering one of the gas burners exceeds EU limits for CO emissions

Regulator threatens Viagogo with court action

Regulator threatens Viagogo with court action

Following enforcement action, three major secondary ticketing websites have pledged to make improvements - but Viagogo is yet to act.

Seven ways GDPR will strengthen your data protection rights

Seven ways GDPR will strengthen your data protection rights

We explain the 10 main changes that give you more control over your data, the way companies handle it and your rights when they misbehave.

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